The IRS has been forced to admit that it specifically targeted conservatives teaching the Constitution and those who criticized the government at large following newly leaked documents obtained from political aides — a fact that was deemed a ‘conspiracy theory’ by the media back in 2012.
Revealed on May 11th in a report by Washington Post that was later picked up by others, senior Internal Revenue Service employees waged financial warfare on groups labeled as ‘patriots’, those questioning government, groups teaching the Constitution to the public, and even conservatives at large. This was originally highlighted as a concern back in 2012, but was quickly dismissed as a conspiracy theory by the major news media outlets who sided with the IRS over the people.
Setting up non-profits who “criticize” the way in which the country is run to lose their tax-exempt status and be run into financial ruin due to the fact they dared to question the government, the IRS is now openly prosecuting citizens for their beliefs through an authoritarian and passive aggressive method of thought crime enforcement. And if you disagree with the government, or even try and teach the Constitution (the very fabric of our entire nation), then you’re going to get hit.
I am quite sure that my name sits upon this list, and that these senior officials are itching to send myself and Storyleak as a whole into financial solitary confinement for questioning official stories and media rhetoric.
ORIGINALLY LABELED A ‘CONSPIRACY THEORY’
But do you remember when, back in 2012, it was a ‘conspiracy theory’ that the IRS targeted patriot groups?Read the entire article